Missing flight MH370 made a u-turn near near where it was last logged by air traffic controllers and was then tracked for an hour by military radar, a Malaysian air force general has revealed.
Over a dozen nations have now mobilized search teams for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
I certainly didn’t want to drive all the way from Virginia, so I sighed, got a plane ticket, and drove to Washington Dulles Airport.
Helicopters are an invaluable military resource for transporting supplies, carrying out surveillance and reconnaissance, and evacuating casualties from rugged terrain.
South-east Asian states have joined forces to search waters between Malaysia and Vietnam after a Malaysia Airlines plane vanished on a flight to Beijing, with 239 people on board.
I was majorly harassed by the TSA after opting out with Bill Buppert from ZeroGov.com, even after I’d already been cleared by security. I was given the standard blue glove pat down, so was Bill, and then a second agent searched my bag because all my
A discarded U.S. Army concept gets a new life in Britain.
Isolated idiocy or something more sinister?
Two years after retirement, Burt Rutan is at it again, developing a new seaplane called the Skigull at his cabin near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. At first he thought he had an original design, a tandem-seat twin-engine amphibian that rises from the water o
Burt retired on March 31, 2011. He is not currently selling anything, not looking for consulting jobs, and not trying to expand his social network. His only "job" now is giving Lectures.
This video was created in-house to highlight some of the aircraft we've produced over our thirty years of operation. You'll see aircraft from our 85% scale Starship POC up to our flying car concept, BiPod. Please sit back and enjoy the fun!
Rutan heats up creativity at Feb. 11 Fireside Chat
For more unbelievable inventions, visit http://planetgreen.com/dean | This personal aircraft, through NASA, may be the next best way to travel to work without worrying about rush hour traffic. It can even control itself on autopilot in case of emerge
The new see-through plane of the future
Last week, Southwest Airlines called a news conference to tout its plans for the end of the Wright amendment, which restricts flights at Love Field. The story led local newspapers and TV news, even though Southwest held back key details, such as fare
Zeppelins should be everywhere. They're certainly not the fastest method of travel, and they're not the most efficient, either. But, come on. Zeppelins. Seriously.
Here is my full write up of my encounter with the TSA leaving Liberty Forum. Please spread. It's important...TSA "saw" Bitcoin in my bag and wanted to count it
In the thick of the Cold War, the Soviet Union built a revolutionary transport vessel that was bigger than any plane and faster than any ship. It was also capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Aircraft windows have always been a sticking point in the bid to go faster, cheaper and safer.
The new see-through plane of the future
Instead of admitting to the error, high-ranking President Barack Obama administration officials spent years covering it up. Attorney General Eric Holder, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and a litany of other government officials
Another gun-wielding toy has had its weapon seized by airport security.
A snow and ice storm will severely impact travelers and residents from northern Georgia to the Carolinas into Wednesday night.
A cancer victim who suffers from incontinence was humiliated during an incident last week when a TSA agent loudly announced “he’s wearing a diaper” to waiting travelers, before laughing and subjecting the man to a strip search.
Federal goons assume role of political thought police
It may feel like every flight these days is packed to the gills — and that's certainly the way airlines want it — but nearly 20% of seats on American domestic flights go unfilled.
Denver District Attorney declined to file criminal charges against a female Transportation Security Administration agent at Denver International Airport after a passenger complained the pat-down she received amounted to sexual assault.
The Quadshot is a flying wing that is designed to be flown as a quadcopter or as an airplane (flying wing) and it can transition between either flying style in mid-flight!
On Jan. 4, 2010, The New York Times ran an opinion piece by TSA agent Jason Edward Harrington titled, “To Stop a Terrorist: No Lack of Ideas.” This caused Harrington's supervisor, the federal security director at Chicago O’Hare, to have a meeting wi
And yes, we were laughing. Confessions of an ex-TSA agent.